University of Cambridge

In addition to the university police force in their traditional cap and cape uniform and the students wearing small robes, robes with dark suits, and white shirts or shirts, the University of Cambridge is most notably a public research university whose history and influence have made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world. It is home to the world's oldest publishing house and the second-largest university publisher in the world, Cambridge University Press. The university operates many cultural and scientific museums and provides its students with access to approximately 15 million books. In 1209, groups of scholars gathered in Cambridge for the purpose of research, and the Bishop of Ely founded the first college at Cambridge, called Peterhouse. Since its establishment, the university has formed 31 colleges with more than 100 affiliated educational faculties and 6 schools. Cambridge University has more than 100 libraries. It was not until 1948 that women were considered full members of the University.

Founded in 1209 by a group of scholars who left Oxford University due to political strife, the University of Cambridge is currently ranked seventh in the world. This is a university that deserves to be on the list of oldest universities around the world. Sharing many common traditions, Oxford and Cambridge maintain a sense of healthy competition, which takes the lead in the popular annual Rowing event. Cambridge has about 23,247 students, of which 5,340 are from non-EU countries.

  • Location: Cambridge, England
  • Established in: 1209
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